Is Duggar Family member Derick Dillard persona non grata on Twitter as well as charity fundraising sites and Reality TV? It looks like the social media website banned the ex "19 Kids and Counting" star, just as TLC axed him from "Counting On" and Pure Charity deleted his donation page. After bullying transgender teen Jazz Jennings, the celebrity seems to be taboo across the Internet. Critics of the Duggars fear that this will only encourage his delusions of persecution and judging by recent posts, they may be right.

Dillard is no more @Derick4Him

The reality television celebrity known as @Derick4Him is gone. Is the ex "Counting On" cast member no longer for Jesus? Did Derick delete his account or was he tossed off the site for tweets against Jazz Jennings, of "I Am Jazz"? There is another account for @DerickMDillard that could be his or a fan site. Other "19 Kids and Counting" Celebrities--Jessa Duggar Seewald, Jinger Duggar Vuolo, Jana Duggar and Joy-Anna Duggar Forsyth have fan accounts on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.

Duggar show star deletes accounts

TLC severed ties with Derick and perhaps his wife Jill Duggar Dillard when the ex "19 Kids and Counting" star badgered the LGBT teen. Dillard aimed a Parthian tweet at the reality television network saying he has a right to criticize Jazz Jennings' lifestyle.

Ironically, he felt persecuted for what looked like homophobic bullying. Fans suspect Dillard's loss of "Counting On" income made Jim Bob Duggar urge him to delete his Twitter account so TLC wouldn't drop the Duggars altogether.

Dillard rehashes charity scam on GoFundMe

The unemployed dad started a $10,000 "charity" GoFundMe immediately after losing the "Counting On" gig.

Previously, he was dropped from Pure Charity for posing as a non-profit while collecting $6,000 to pay his own bills. Dillard's new donation page again asks for money for missionary school but reads like it will be used to help others. Earlier, the "19 Kids and Counting" celebrities collected money on Dillard Family Ministries for mission work he was untrained and not sponsored to do.

Duggar and Dillard were accused of using ostensibly charity donations for personal expenses then too.

Duggar's husband gets odd donations

Folks seem to be on to Derick Dillard's crowdfunding. The reality show star has received five donations amounting to $2,700 toward the $10K goal. One donation was anonymous and accounted for almost all of it so folks think it's probably from Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar. They rewarded Josh Duggar when he got "19 Kids and Counting" canceled over sister molestation and a cheating scandal. Other amounts come from "Jim Bob Jennings" and "Yuza Grifter."